Gallery Quality Giclee Canvas Prints

Detailed and true to their original design, the gallery quality giclee prints bring the beauty and truth of Catholic teaching into any home, office, or establishment. They are all printed on archival canvases that will stand the test of time with refinement, centering on the greatness of God and the life of the Lord, Jesus Christ. We are proud to present the fervor of 1st century Christians seen through the beautiful brush strokes of sacred art.

Canvas Size and Price

15 x 24 – $299.99

Canvas Size and Price

24 x 40 – $699.99

High Quality Paper Prints

Printed in high resolution, these paper prints are color-matched by the artist and maintain the true pigments and hues of the original paintings. They are beautiful copies that will ignite resounding faith in all seasons of life across generations. The glossy finish of these prints make them professional gifts that portray the faith we live.

High Quality Paper Prints

8 x 10 – $19.99

High Quality Paper Prints

11.5 x 17.5 – $34.99

 St. Michael the Archangel Higher Resolution

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Words from the Artist

Robert Puschautz
Stabat Mater Art Fellow

St. Michael in this rendition is represented in liturgical garb, as he is seen in many eastern icons, rather than in Roman warrior attire. This is meant to show that it is through worshipping our God that we defeat the enemy. In his left hand he holds a scale signifying his role at the judgement of each soul. In his right hand he holds a sword of fire, a reference to the angel in the book of genesis that guards the gate to paradise. St. Michael has a calm expression because of his assured victory with God on his side. The devil in contrast, is shown as a writhing beast with the head of a wolf. On his head are ten horns; a reference to the beast in the book of Revelation. Surrounded in flame are the arms and hands of souls being cast down along with the beast. “The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him.” This painting was commissioned by Bishop Joseph Strickland for Bishop Gorman School in Tyler, TX.